Nillz kicks off the episode with Adam Figman of Slam Magazine to discuss the D. Rose 5 - Derrick's 5th signature shoe from Adidas. Listen to Adam talk about his experience at the unveiling in Vegas this past Sunday and how the shoe's technology helped him beat a few NBA players in a pick-up game, maybe. Mitch joins the show in the 2nd half to set expectations for Team USA and Derrick Rose.
Nillz&Ricky question the validity of last week's Kevin Love rumors and analyze whether the polarizing all-star would be worth transforming the team. We also run the"Fastbreak"- our thoughts on random news¬es from around the league as we hit the eve of Team USA training camp.
With all the recent activity and the roster virtually set, we went long and split the episode into two parts. In part 2, we try to temper our excitement for the Summer League Splash Brothers, break down Derrick Rose's chances to make the Team USA roster, and take a look at random news¬es in"The Fastbreak."
With all the recent activity and the roster virtually set, we went long and split the episode into two parts. In part 1, we discuss what could've been done differently in the Melo pursuit, the good&bad in signing Pau, and where we project the Bulls in the Eastern Conference.
Aggrey Sam of CSN Chicago&Slam Magazine returns to the show hours away from NBA free agency to discuss Carmelo's meeting in Chicago, Derrick Rose's recent comments, the latest rookie additions to the Bulls, and much more.
The gang's back to react to the Bulls draft 1st round draft selection, Doug McDermott, and determine the implications on the team's pursuits of Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Love. Listen to who's sold on the scorer from Creighton and who was disappointed by the front office's decision.
Nillz&Ricky cycle through all the recent rumors and reports surrounding Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Love, and Derrick Rose. With the draft just days away, listen to our reaction to the roller coaster of off-season speculation.
Ricky O'Donnell joins Patty Nillz to recap the Finals and how the NBA landscape, from personnel to style of play, may change as a result of the Spurs championship victory. We also dissect Carmelo Anthony's frontrunning options between Chicago and Houston.